Seraph-Eden is a visual artist of Métis, Jewish, German, and Celtic background. Born in Thompson but raised in Winnipeg by her mother with 5 siblings, Seraph-Eden was always surrounded by art, books, music, dance, and sport.
In her childhood through to adulthood, Seraph-Eden belonged to a moderately well-known professional Traditional Métis performance group that she sang and danced with around southern Manitoba, including the Winnipeg Folk Festival. She was inspired to take up painting and other visual mediums at 12 years old. Seraph was encouraged by her mother, but especially by her grandmother, herself a former singer, published poet, and avid landscape and animal painter.
Attending University for a Native Studies/Sociology degree at the university of Manitoba and subsequently working as a Youth Program Coordinator, she came to realize that teaching dance, making art, and her two children are her true passions. She uses her voice, energy and talent to raise awareness on issues of social justice, especially #MMIW, mental health, and equality.